Denis Voroshilov. The negotiation process for the renegotiation of Britain's membership in the EU will be difficult, but no alternative, says British Prime Minister Cameron on.
on the last working day of the week in the evening Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel for a working dinner at the country residence of the Prime Minister has discussed the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic, Ukraine and the issues connected with the membership of Britain in EU.
"The Prime Minister stressed that He wished for the guaranteed reforms (the EU) and keep Britain a member of the European Union have been reformed. He said that technical conversations are ongoing, but still very much expected to do to find out. Merkel agreed that it wished to see Britain remain an EU member ", - told reporters about the content of the meeting between the Chancellor and the Prime Minister, the Commissioner of the office of the British government.
according to his statement, the parties agreed that the issue of reforming the EU will be discussed at the upcoming October meeting of Ministers of the Council of Europe.
London now conducts dialogues with the European partners on the revision of the terms of accession of the United Kingdom in the EU.
The details of needed reforms the UK government does not disclose. As long as only a few clear points: the UK does not wish to "subscribe" under the slogan about the EU " ever closer Union of the peoples of Europe ", Britain requires you to enter the supervision of migration within the EU to prevent migrants receiving benefits in different countries and to reduce the size of social benefits, insists on expanding the powers of national governments in the question of blocking of draft laws of the EU, restriction of intervention of Brussels in the business issues of the member countries of the EU.